Happy long weekend! I have a few Sephora Collection items for you this week, courtesy of my own wallet lol. Blame the VIB sale!
I have heard of Sephora Color Lip Lasts being matte lipsticks with great colours and strong pigmentation.
In Sephora’s words, they have high-coverage pigments, combined with a “fixative agent” that acts as a lip primer, definitely something I want to try.
Then the Craig & Karl collection came out with 3 (LE) Lip Lasts with cute decorative packaging instead of just black, I gotta have ’em! Not that the colours inside are boring, as you will see below.
The 2 shades I got are L Train Jain and West End Swirl, the bold ones to prep myself for summer
I am glad the claims of up to 10 hour lasting power with waterproof texture and comfortable feel hold quite true.
On my lips, they need a second layer for coverage, stay on comfortable and don’t dry my lips out. The finish looks more like a liquid lipstick without being messy, I am impressed.
They do transfer to my mug/ chopsticks when I drink or eat but there is still lots staying on the lips as the day goes by. The swatches on my hand only come off with lots of rubbing if I use a wipe but remove fine with micellar water, so removal is not an issue.
Here are L Train Jain (left) and West End Swirl (right), can’t say I can pick a favorite. The flash does make them look more glossy but they are truly matte. Stay tuned for my FOTD to see them in action.
If you can’t tell already, I am a fan of these Color Lip Lasts, except the price. They only have 0.06oz in the tube – half the size of regular Sephora Collection lipsticks, for about the same price ($16 each).
The Craig & Karl collection is LE, available online only but the core Color Lip Last line has more than 25 shades, if you feel like exploring